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Frank Allewell

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Just about to have lunch then a stroll down to the Manzimyama
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Only area on the battlefields with a 3G connection.

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springbok9 wrote:
Just about to have lunch then a stroll down to the Manzimyama
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Only area on the battlefields with a 3G connection.

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Hello Springbok

Are you a small man?
Cheers

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3G would be good, on the top of the hill behind you!
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PostSubject: Re: Greetings from the saddle   Greetings from the saddle EmptyThu Oct 10, 2013 4:52 pm

Hello Springbok,
                      Thanks for the pic. very jealous. I will be on holiday in S.A. next week but no where near the battlefields this time.
                      Regards.
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PostSubject: Re: Greetings from the saddle   Greetings from the saddle EmptyThu Oct 10, 2013 5:27 pm

Springy,

If you're staying at iSandlwana Lodge, please tell Rob I'm waiting for the call to do my repeat performance at Rorke's Drift!

Lucky devil, I guess it makes up for the rugby the other day.

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PostSubject: Greetings from the saddle.   Greetings from the saddle EmptyThu Oct 10, 2013 5:58 pm

Hello springy mate.

You lucky so and so. Very Happy 

You just take care of the ticker and don't try to overdo things buddy.

I hope that you get some good piccies mate.

Oh! and by the way, you know that I am English, but that I also have Welsh connections, so I should have replied to your remark about me being Welsh with a little bit of the old G&S in as follows.

"But in spite of all temptations, to belong to other nations, I remain an Englishman". Very Happy 

Enjoy yourself Frank, and take care.

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ymob
Around 5'9" The cairns are pretty big.
John
At a B and B in Dundee but will probably see Rob tomorrow, I will pass on your message.
Cheers all.
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springbok9 wrote:
ymob
Around 5'9" The cairns are pretty big.
John
At a B and B in Dundee but will probably see Rob tomorrow, I will pass on your message.
Cheers all.
Bonsoir  Springbok,
It was just a joke!
Congretulation for your essay.
Very interesting.
Good holiday to you...maybe with photos...and a new essay...a modern Bertram Mitford!
Lucky Frank...
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"A modern Bertram Mitford!" agree
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PostSubject: Re: Greetings from the saddle   Greetings from the saddle EmptyThu Oct 10, 2013 10:23 pm

Hi springbok, you look very trim to me.
as i looked at you there i thought,
spin round quickly and deal with those
two uMbonambi bearing down on you.
lol. xhosa
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PostSubject: Greetings from the saddle    Greetings from the saddle EmptyThu Oct 10, 2013 11:19 pm

Hi Springy .
Not to mention the odd Mfunzi crawling up to you from behind the Cairn ! LOL LOL. You lucky bugger ! .
Hope you had a great walk . Where's your Knobkerrie ? . I'm about to post Osprey's blog on Ian Knight's new book !
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bonjour frederic,that 1st post was well funny.
seriously, to learn, something every day.i had
not even considered why some cairns were so
much bigger!. more corpses? sadly. xhosa
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Xhosa said:.i had
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much bigger!. more corpses? sadly. xhosa[/quote] 
Hello Xhosa,
Me too...
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bonjour fredric:Salute: 
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